Friday, February 26, 2021

New Bills Would Encourage Technological Innovation

Innovation is one of the greatest keys to prosperity, but state regulations are not always friendly to new ideas. In many states, entrepreneurs must...

House Passes Bill to Eliminate Income Tax

A bill that eliminates the income tax for most Mississippi workers has just passed the House, clearing a crucial hurdle in the process to...

Raising Gas Tax is Bad for Mississippi

The Mississippi House is considering a bill (HB 1364) that would increase gas taxes and increase debt for the people of Mississippi. The bill...

Breaking: Bill Introduced to Eliminate Income Tax

A bill that eliminates the income tax for most Mississippi workers was unveiled today. If the law (HB 1439) passes, Mississippi workers would have thousands...

Mississippi Cashes in on the Broadband Bonanza

Part II: The Mississippi Broadband Enabling Act of 2019 In February 2018, Mississippi Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley announced an $11 million fiber infrastructure...

MCPP Launches the Mississippi Technology Institute

***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*** Contact: Hunter Estes, estes@mspolicy.org Breaking: Mississippi Center for Public Policy Launches Mississippi Technology Institute (Jackson, MS): The Mississippi Center for Public...

Press Release: Senate Votes to Pass Fairness Act, Protect Female Sports

***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*** Contact: Hunter Estes, estes@mspolicy.org Breaking: Senate Votes to Pass Fairness Act, Protect Female Sports Senate Bill 2536 would require public school,...

Legislature May Stifle Booming Hair Braiding Business

Mississippi has more than 2,600 hair braiders registered to practice their art with the state. And these numbers are only growing. They have more...

Medicaid Expansion is a Hotel California Timeshare

Once You Buy In, You Can Never Leave A few years ago, my wife and I wanted to take our kids to Disney World....

A Defense of Female Sports

Given the cultural revolution in which we currently find ourselves, it should not be surprising that we are having debates over the once-obvious question...